This e-mail came out of the blue from Will Hackett: ” ……. I’m a Fort Bragg native son,whose teenage chores included hauling trash to “the dump,” plus area exploration, rock fishing and abalone harvesting. So I’m familiar with coves ’twixt Noyo and Pudding Creek. Within text of your following linked page, you questioned, “…I wondered … Continue reading
Last Saturday was the worst day I have “worked” the layout. Worked means answered visitor questions and talked to them about our layout (the Mendocino Coast Model Railroad and Navigation Co.) here in Fort Bragg. The wind was howling. The sheeting rain was horizontal and it was COLD. The layout was packed because it was … Continue reading
Everyday I learn something new about the Mendocino Coast. This blog started out with a pic I found on Lynn Catlett’s “You know you’re from Mendocino if …..” Facebook page: if you click on the pic you’ll see the handwriting clearly. Where were or where are the Hot Springs and if they were on the … Continue reading
This recent e=mail tells the story of these pics: “On Oct 21st we visited the Mendocino Coast Model Railroad and we want to say Thanks again for your great explanations and the nice little tour through the Workshop that you had given to us. In this Email you will find some photos our daughter Antonia … Continue reading
Although Fort Bragg is on the Pacific Coast there are few beaches and access to beaches. One popular beach access point is ten miles north of Fort Bragg. Seaside Beach is popular for the amount of sandy beach and also, ask our dogs, because dogs are allowed off leash. There is a large rock about … Continue reading
This is another vid located by club member Ben Sochacki. It’s a bit long but worth a visit.
The title of this blog is what it says on the photo. That is all I know. I’ve tried every search i can think of and can’t find a dickie bird more info. If anyone could help i would be VERY grateful.
What a find this is!!!!!!!